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COVID-19 infection gives some immunity for at least five months, UK study finds – Reuters

People who have had COVID-19 are highly likely to have immunity to it for at least five months but there is evidence that those with antibodies may still be able…

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LONDON (Reuters) – People who have had COVID-19 are highly likely to have immunity to it for at least five months but there is evidence that those with antibodies may still be able to carry and spread the virus, a UK study of healthcare workers has found.
FILE PHOTO: A healthcare worker takes a swab sample from a woman to be tested for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at a bus terminal in Buenos Aires, Argentina January 12, 2021. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
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